- TripBuzz found 47 things to do with kids in or near Manchester, Vermont, including 38 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Wilmington, Arlington, Bennington and Londonderry.
- From Orvis Fly Fishing School to Lye Brook Falls, the Manchester area offers 91 different types of family activities, including: Science Museums, Specialty Museums, Mountains and National & State Parks.
- Bennington County, Vermont is home to the less than 5,000 residents in the city of Manchester. A historically industrial area, the town combines both past and present avenues of adventure and entertainment. Visitors can enjoy a day of shopping at the variety of malls and outlets or stroll through historic centers native to the area.
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The Children's Museum of Science & Technology (The Junior Museum)SPECIAL GROUPON DEAL: Up to 50% Off at Children's Museum of Science and Technology
250 Jordan Road, Troy, NY 12180 MoreLess Info
Dedicated to cultivating curiosity and discovery in the minds of our youth, the Childrens Museum of Science and Technology (The Jr. Museum) has been accomplishing that mission for over 50 years. Exhibits include nanotechnology, weather, power generation and much more.
89% 551 votes
591 Sugarbush Farm Rd, Woodstock, VT 5091 MoreLess Info
A working farm producing cheese and maple syrup, a visit to Sugarbush Farm includes a nature trail, a visit with farmers and animals, and free tastings of cheese, maple syrup and local foods.
39% 18 votes
50 Miles Street, Greenfield, MA 1301 MoreLess Info
Built on the site of an abandoned railroad station, Energy Park today, functions as a public concert venue and features a number of artworks, themed gardens, educational exhibits and more.
70% 27 votes
361 Main Street, Greenfield, MA MoreLess Info
Featuring the latest movie releases, The Garden Cinemas is located in historic, downtown Greenfield. Having been around since the late 1920's, the theater has lots of beauty and character.
89% 9 votes
2 Mead Street, Greenfield, MA 01301 MoreLess Info
Featuring artifacts from the Industrial Revolution, Museum of Our Industrial Heritage is situated in a historic factory that visitors can walk through. The museum hosts a workshop where visitors can learn the tools of the trade from this time period.
89% 1266 votes
Route 4, Quechee, VT MoreLess Info
With hundreds of thousands of visitors every year, Quechee Gorge is definitely something to write home about. Vermont's deepest gorge was formed over 13,000 years ago and has been wowing visitors ever since.
15% 27 votes
Route 5, Quechee, VT 05059 MoreLess Info
Quechee Gorge Mini Golf is a course that features 18 holes with six stroke limits. This is a course which mimics the natural design of Quechee Gorge itself, giving players challenges along the way.
94% 16 votes
Clubhouse Road, Quechee, VT 05059 MoreLess Info
From whitewater rafting to canoe rentals, Wilderness Trails & the Vermont Fishing School organizes fishing trips with experienced instructors in the region's lakes and rivers. During the winter, the school offers ice fishing trips with a complimentary hot lunch.
94% 227 votes
6565 Woodstock Road, Woodstock, VT MoreLess Info
An research and education facility and bird rehabilitation centre, the Vermont Institute of Natural Science offer hands-on public education including live bird programs, exhibits, and interpretive nature trails.
43% 7 votes
Highland Avenue & Parkway Street, Greenfield, MA 01301 MoreLess Info
Housed within Highland Park, Highland Pond is most commonly used for fishing and scenic views during the summer months. A warming hut that was used when ice skating was still possible on the pond still stands.